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The Soap at Baton Rouge by Claes Oldenburg

The Soap at Baton Rouge by Claes Oldenburg

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Mixed Media


Edition Size: 250

Dimensions: 33.7 X 51.8 cm


Condition: Pristine

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Cast resin, aluminum silicate, screenprint on acetate, book, cloth covered portfolio box – Book signed and numbered in silver marker; soap incised with artist initials and numbered – Published by Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati

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The Artist

Claes Oldenburg

A very public artist, Claes Oldenburg is the artist behind a number of high profile public sculptures seen in cities in the United States. His works are typically highly creative and include the clothespin near City Hall in Philadelphia, a giant rubber stamp in Cleveland, and a giant tube of lipstick on caterpillar tracks at Yale University. The Swedish-American artist studied art history and literature at Yale University between 1946 to 1950 and was a member of the Pop Art movement in the 1960s. A prize winning artist, Oldenburg has had his work displayed at the Whitney, the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the National Gallery.

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